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a figure of speech in which one thing is said and another is to be understood; alternatively, one thing is said, but circumstances show that the opposite is the case (called situational irony), e.g. saying It is a good thing we came early when the cinema is almost empty.
a set of instructions describing the route or way to get to a place.
action taking place in the order that things actually happen, e.g. The author wrote the events...
an adverb that tells us how something is done, e.g. They ran fast.
a part of a sentence and should not be presented as if it is complete, e.g. but I donâ??t want...